120 Bukit Merah Lane 1
#01-56 Alexandra Village Food Centre
Singapore 150120

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Friday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 08:30pm

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Fancy something to spice up your life? Shanghai La Mian XLB also serves a Sichuan dan dan mian which is a spicy version of their zhajiangmian.

I personally prefer the dan dan mian which has a nice subtle fiery kick with a slightly nutty flavour from the crushed peanuts. The noodles are great of course.

Fancy something to spice up your life? Shanghai La Mian XLB also serves a Sichuan dan dan mian which is a spicy version of their zhajiangmian.

I personally prefer the dan dan mian which has a nice subtle fiery kick with a slightly nutty flavour from the crushed peanuts. The noodles are great of course.

I was in the line for Shanghai La Mian Xiao Long Bao's guo tie (pan fried dumplings) and xlb, and noticed that there were several orders for their zha jiang mian.

They apparently used to handpull their own noodles but have since outsourced this to a noodles manufacturer which has remained faithful to their recipe. The noodles are cooked al dente - chewy and firm to the bite.

We love their in-house sauce which is a mix of peanut sauce, minced meat, special broth and black bean paste. It is savoury, nutty and full of flavours.

Just don't forget to watch out for the splash damage when you slurp the noodles!

Honestly, one of the best Guo Tie (Pan Fried Dumplings) ($6.50 for 10) I've eaten. Chewy dumpling skin, really juicy pork and chives filling and I absolutely love the crispy sides of the dumplings. Paired with the vinegar, ginger and chilli sauce, its really hard to get better than this.

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Came on a Sunday around 12pm, queued about 30min for this stall! Ordered the Gyoza ($6), Chilli Oil Vinegar Dumplings ($5.50) and 炸酱面 ($4). Gyoza has a chewy bite and crispy edges, was not as oily as I expected. The Chilli Oil Vinegar Dumpling is by far one of the best that I’ve had! Definitely recommended! 炸酱面 was on the sweeter side, noodle texture is good but I personally prefer the savoury type.

I'm okay with the noodle dishes here but you definitely can't leave without trying their spicy wantons; probably one of the best i've had in SG and the portion is soo good for the price!

Think slippery smooth wanton skin filled with generous amount of minced meat; each bite is juicy heaven with the perfect spicy-sour balance😋

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